Dr. David Rodin Joins the Department of Urology

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David Rodin, M.D., joins the Department of Urology as a staff physician where he will practice at the UHealth Downtown West Palm Beach location.

David Rodin, M.D.
David Rodin, M.D.

David Rodin, M.D.

Title: Physician Staff

Clinical Specialty: Urology

Fellowship - Massachusetts General Hospital-Harvard
Residency - The Harvard Program in Urologic Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, 2007
Medical School - Weill Medical College of Cornell University, 2001

Certifications: American Board of Urology

Language Spoken: English

Research Experience:
July 2005 - Dec. 2005
Clinical Researcher, Department of Urology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Determination of effectiveness of endorectal MRI as a preoperative staging tool in patients with prostate cancer; Prognostic importance of positive surgical margins in patients undergoing radical prostatectomy and prognostic value of adjuvant radiation therapy in those with positive margins; Simultaneous laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair

July 2003 - Dec. 2003
Clinical Researcher, Department of Urology, Massachusetts General Hospital
Cost analysis of laparoscopic radical nephrectomy, Cost analysis of laparoscopic radical prostatectomy, Laparoscopic prostatectomy in the morbidly obese, MR lymphangiography for lymph node staging in patients with bladder carcinoma

July 2000 - Dec 2000
Research Assistant, Department of Urology, New York Weill Cornell Medical Center. Sponsor: Marc Goldstein, M.D.
Determination of value of obtaining bacterial cultures and Gram stains with semen analysis in working up male infertility

June 1998 - Aug 1998
Clinical Research Assistant, Department of Cardiovascular Pathophysiology, New York Weill Cornell Medical Center. Sponsor: Jeffrey Borer, M.D., Chairman
Study design as well as collection and analysis of primary data comparing results of mitral valve replacement with and without retention of mitral apparatus

Aug 1996 - May 1997
Honors Thesis Research Project, Cornell University
An Examination of Extracted and Unextracted Urinary Cortisol Levels as Indicators of Stress in Humans

July-Aug 1995
Research Assistant, Renal Department, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard

July-Aug 1996
Medical School. Sponsor: Barry Brenner, M.D., Chairman
Amplifying and cloning a spliced fragment of a gene in the polycystic kidney disease gene interval

Practice Location:
UHealth at Downtown West Palm Beach
Multi-Specialty Clinic
185 Banyan Blvd Suite 200
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

844-900-UMMD (8663)